The 2017 Consolidation Act essentially boils down to letting tribes design and manage their own federally funded unemployment programs with minimal government oversight.
How do you spell “determination?” You might want to start with Danielle Forward (Makahmo Pomo), now a Product Designer for Facebook.
Globalization has gotten a bad rap recently as dependence on foreign goods – and their attractive prices – has made the United States a net importer for decades. But it’s not necessarily the dirty word that it’s been made out to be, especially if you look at it like Eric S. Trevan does in Indian Country.
With $32 million in casino revenue in 2017, and tribal demographic and financial data increasingly stored in The Cloud, tribes are as susceptible to cyber threats as their non-tribal counterparts.
Greed may be good for Gordon Gekko, but it is not an Indian value. So, for Robert J. Miller, the dilemma becomes how to extract and leverage the strengths of capitalism without selling our souls.